Katarina learned several (painful) lessons about querying too early and shares what she’s learned in hopes it will help other writers.
Category: Writing Tips
Discover nine scenarios that ruin the plausibility and consistency of your mystery novel. Such situations grind your readers to a halt, focusing on the ridiculousness of what was written instead of the mystery itself.
If you’re one of the majority of writers who could use a little more guidance than to “just do what works” when writing story openings, here are a few strategies for you.
As part of a four-part series, mother-daughter writing duo Anne and Gretchen share all the ways you can ruin a potentially riveting mystery, causing readers to put down your mystery novel and ban you from their reading list forever.
The end goal of any editing is to leave the writer excited to develop and strengthen their work with your comments while giving them the critiques they need to polish their work. Arwyn shares five things they always do when editing someone’s work.